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PAGE 4 ARKANSAS CATHOLIC AUGUST 12, 19 '| The caves of Subiaco, Italy of 500/L D. are far removed from the comfort of Coury House at Subiaco, Arkansas in 1990 A. D. But the ' ,t - same Lrd wh guided St" Benedict then can guide YU nw" '" ' ~. ..~ ~ ~ ;'~, ,, ~ -~ I I . ,I -,- II ii (L to R) Joe St. Columbla, from Cflme Stoppers, receives a check Io I knights Ioius A-Ipe and Herbert Sehaffhauser. :I " " ~I e' By Judy Hoelzeman Wynne are enjoying their new chur which was recently blessed and de Knights of Columbus Council #1770 cated by BishopAndrew J. McDonal!] T of St. Mary parish in Helena donated in ceremonies attended by over 500| L $500 to the Crime Stoppers Organiza- people. During the dedication i b tion of Helena. K of C Family of the end, the sacrament of confirmation Month awards were given to two fami- also celebrated by Bishop McDonal g Our retreat and guest house, situated on the grounds of New lies, the Kenneth Stovers and the26 young people from St. Peter and S!I it Subiaco Abbey, offers superb accommodations for retreats to Norbert Henkels. Knight of the Month Mary in McCrory were confirmed. ] tt include lodging and meals. Here, in a relaxed setting overlooking was Pete Hibbard. Construction on the new church w ,jl J( the rolling hills of western Arkansas. and under the direction of your Retreatmaster, you will draw closer to God. You will leave the * * * * begun in Nov. 1989 and completed rt Parishioners of St. Peter parish in July. The old church is being used retreat with a new awareness of God s friendship and new, masterx a parish hall. I overyour problems. ' NOW FORMING Mt. St. MaryjuniorKate Clark is * * * Additional Therapy Groups: of six US students named a Slifl No J -. Star for the Iv SCHEDULED RETREATS AND PROGRAMS 1990-91 school b y .t year. Cliff, Workshop for Religious Education Teachers Aug. 14- 16 / Notes, which i Retreat: Cults and Fundamentalism Aug. 30- Sept. 1 [ sells study aids Parish Retreat: Heber Springs Sept. 14- 16 I for literary works Retreat for members of Stephen's Ministries Sept. 21- 22 | as well as prepa- Parish Retreat: Good Counsel. Little Rock Sept. 28- 30 l(f ration guides for Parish Retreat: Mountain Home Oct. 2-4 college testing, d Legion of Mary, Fayetteville, Rogers, Muskogee Oct. 5- 7 will feature the 8, Parish Retreat: Hot Springs Village Oct. 9 - 11 Marriage Encounter #51 Oct. 12 - 14 " L lYh II \\\\ six students in its current market- Parish Retreat: Horseshoe Bend & Hardy Oct. 16-18 ("~NT~~g'~ ing campaign. KSte GISt( _~ ! Retreat for Women Oct. 19 - 21 Retreat for Cursfllistas Oct. 26 - 28 - " 1: .- Clark, the daughter of Joe and Safa Abbey Retreat League Board Meeting Nov. 16 - 18 . .,.,Lllt I'lt i .llIl Clark of St. Patrick in North Litth Dan Egan Retreat Dec. 7- 9 From Child was chosen for leadership skills. New Subiaco Abbey is located on Hwy. 22, five miles east of Paris. Weekend retreats begin on Friday with 6:00 p.m. dinner and end shortly after lunch on Sunday. Midweek retreats start on Tuesday. A donation of $55.00 for a single person and $90.00 for a married couple is suggested to cover lodging, meals, and-the retreat. Private retreats are encouraged. Depending on space, it is usually possible to Join a retreat sponsored by another parish. An elevator is now being installed in Coury House for the convenience of the physically impaired. FOR RESERVATIONS : Write or call: Fr. Aaron Pirrera, O.S.B. Coury House Subiaco, AR 72865 Sexual Abuse Men's Group Women's Group Partners of Survivors Mothers & Daughters-- A Workshop Call for beginning dates, further information. Some Insurance Accepted. Auralie M. Tortorici, LCSW Psychotherapy & Healing CHILDREN ADOLESCENTS WOMEN'S ISSUES #2 lnnwood Circle, Little Rock, AR 72221 227-0585 501-934-4411 Mary's, she received Class Awards for two years, was USSR egate to the Model UN in 1989, was a facilitator at Conference on Drugs and Alcohol. has also participated in community activities, including sans for Drug Free Youth Projects, a 1989 Peace and Social Justice tion. The Immaculate Conception Blytheville will hold a car wash at National Bank North Branch Blytheville on Saturday, Aug. 18, 8 AM to 1 PM. The cost for a clean will be $3; a clean van or truck will cO $5. The Religious Education for i